Angry Birds has officially announced via their blog post that they will be flying on over to Facebook.  It is hard to imagine they aren’t on Facebook yet.  They will officially make the move on Valentines Day. How appropriate for those who seem to hate the love based holiday.  It is unclear of the full extent Angry Birds will take on the social media site, but it’s reported that Angry Birds on Facebook will include online leaderboards and special power-ups that...

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As I was scrolling through the technology news today trying to figure out what I would blog about, I surprisingly saw many stories going against Apple.  This was odd to me because Apple seems to be taking the market by storm. One of the stories was about Samsung and how they beat Apple as the 2011 number one Smart Phone maker. However, a different article caught my eye.  Many people are complaining about Apple and how they abuse their factory workers.  Apple CEO Tim Cook,...

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Who said women didn’t understand technology? On January 30th, twenty-two young women from Immaculate Conception Academy will compete in the Technovation Challenge. This is a ten-week Android application development competition.  These young ladies will head to the San Francisco Microsoft office where they will work with other women currently in the technology field.  They will learn to build an Android app using AppInventor which is a program developed by Google. ...

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I just heard a rumor! And, no it was not from Adele. Rumor has it the new iPhone 5 is expected to hit stores this summer. Who’s excited? Siri certainly topped the cake for most of us with the iPhone 4S, but I think the new iPhone 5 is going to be just as responsive.  Supposedly, the new phone is going to look longer and wider and may possibly have a four-inch screen if not larger. I think the larger screen should definitely make the Android market nervous.  I understand...

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Starting to feel alone because you don’t have an e-book? Research shows one out of every four Americans own an e-book.  The increase was particularly big this year, but mostly during the holiday months where the number of e-book owners rose to twenty-nine percent.  As of August, nine percent of American’s own e-books and ten percent own tablets.  Do you have a preference? Which do you prefer?   The dramatic increase could be for another huge reason...

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